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Nurture / activities suggestion

Postby eyeballnick on Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:12 am

Hi everyone! Newby here!
As a learning mentor, resources can be quite sparce. I am currently working with a few children from referral which I am struggling to think of meaningful activities to start with them. Any advice would be appreciated.
Child A: I currently have a child, year 2, who has been referred to me because he likes to draw dark things and colour using dark colours only and often, his work focuses on death. He is often in trouble for hurting other children and name calling. He seems to laugh when he hurts anyone. Any suggestion on an approach / activites to nurturing this child would be great!

Child B: Year 1 Lost his mum 2 years ago. Has recently beent talking about her a lot more. Very disruptive class behaviour and can often hit or push others in the playground. Again, Any suggestion on an approach / activites to nurturing this child would be great

Child C/D: Year 5 and always falling out with eachother. But then play together. Then fall out and bully eachother.

Thanks for reading!

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